"These are young guys, and a lot of these guys are experiencing firsthand all these things, and having it smack-dab in your face losing two this year where games got into the fourth quarter but we didn't finish and knowing that you could probably take three plays away, and their availability to understand that in the short term I don't think is quite there yet," he said. "But what they do see is what we've done better and what we haven't done better, and I think they're excited about coming to work on Tuesday. Come Sunday, win, lose or draw, when we're done Saturday, the moment's over. We're not riding the previous week's win or loss. We're focused on the next one, and I don't think they are overly crushed or overly excited. I think they're still learning."